DY on Social Media

Many classic American writers - Fanny Fern, for example, and Walt Whitman, and especially Mark Twain - would have loved to promote themselves via social media, but probably not Faulkner. Not many of his most characteristic sentences would fit inside the 280-character limit decreed by Twitter, and reading his best work demands a much longer sustained attention span than Facebook posts or "Instagrams." That's no reason, however, to ignore the opportunity that social media can give a digital project to reach out to as many actual and potential Faulkner aficionados as possible. Whichever category you're in, you can follow us on these platforms: